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GeoNetwork Opensource and the Esri Geoportal Server are two open source and free technologies that can be used to build Catalog Services for spatial information, and are both a great start. However, I think both could do with more work on usability. For example, Catalog Services from the Esri Geoportal Server can be accessed from ArcGIS for Desktop to ...


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Found the answer in the grid_terrain help section "supported processing options": output_files: Return the output in R or write each cluster’s output in a file. Supported templates are ... , ORIGINALFILENAME. This is the solution: opt_output_files(cat) <- paste0(output,"/{ORIGINALFILENAME}")


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The free WMS, WFS, WMTS and Esri Rest MapServer search engine Spatineo Directory has recently moved into it's own sub-site http://directory.spatineo.com/ As already mentioned, it's especially useful to developers looking for reliable spatial web services due to current status and historical availability statistics for each service. There are currently more ...


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The best search engine for WMS and other OGC web services I found so far is http://spatineo.com. It works like a google search for geospatial web services. The main advantage of spatineo.com is that it shows info about the service status (this is very important information because many WMS servers are down and the WMS URLs often change). It also provides ...


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According to a powerpoint announcement of ENVI 5.0, Katalog should be available via the Exelis Code library. Unfortunately, the code library is offline at the time of writing due to some legal issues. Other authors have already moved their stuff to github (e.g. the ENVI Plugins by Devin White). I could not find the KATALOG software either, but I suppose you ...


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You can also see a list of CSW (using pycsw) server deployments at https://github.com/geopython/pycsw/wiki/Live-Deployments


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bluenet: http://imosmest.aodn.org.au/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home and its GetCapabilities: https://catalogue-imos.aodn.org.au/geonetwork/srv/eng/csw?service=CSW&request=GetCapabilities


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There are two options, that I currently see for this issue: Enhancing the local catalog instance according to this document, so there is more space for additional datasets and the second (remote) node is not needed. Using CSW endpoint which has the distributed search methodology already in the specification. Using the additional parameters DistributedSearch ...


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Do you really need to connect directly to the database? You can use the harvest from ArcSDE: http://geonetwork-opensource.org/manuals/trunk/eng/users/managing_metadata/harvesting/sde/index.html


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The list of available maps is contained in the WMS capabilities document (assuming I understand what you mean by map)


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GeoSeer seems to be exactly what you want. https://www.geoseer.net - at the time of writing it has over 750,000 distinct spatial layers indexed and searchable - WMS, WFS, WCS and WMTS. It only includes services that were active at the last crawl, so working around the linkrot problem.


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You can use Open Data Network (ODN) Catalog like VoyagerODN. It is a public open data portal which offer a single, searchable geospatial catalog of global content. VoyagerODN provides an online search to help individuals and organizations to find, share, use and collaborate on a variety of content such as climate change, Parcel/Property Data, Transportation, ...


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Just to mention it: Mapmatters.org provides exactly what you want. You can easily search for specific titles or tags and it has a nice preview function.


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If you're thinking of something like a Google for GIS web services then you might want to check out OWS Search Engine. OWS Search Engine looks for web sevices implementing OGC specifications such as WMS, WMTS, WFS, WCS, WPS, SOS, SAS, SPS and CSW. Additional information about these standards are available on the OGC web site. If you really want a ...


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